Support Commissary Benefits for Purple Heart and Disabled Veterans

The Purple Heart is the oldest honor that members of our military are given and it is awarded to those who have been wounded or died in combat fighting for the United States. Since the modern incarnation of the award was established in 1932, approximately
1.8 million members of the military have received the Purple Heart. These brave men and women and their families deserve our utmost gratitude. It is our duty as a nation to not only to say that we appreciate their service but also to enact policies demonstrating
that gratitude.  

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Support Commissary Benefits for Purple Heart and Disabled Veterans

The Purple Heart is the oldest honor that members of our military are given and it is awarded to those who have been wounded or died in combat fighting for the United States. Since the modern incarnation of the award was established in 1932, approximately
1.8 million members of the military have received the Purple Heart. These brave men and women and their families deserve our utmost gratitude. It is our duty as a nation to not only to say that we appreciate their service but also to enact policies demonstrating
that gratitude.  

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Support Stomach Cancer Research in the Department of Defense Budget

This year, an estimated 26,000 Americans will receive the devastating news that they have stomach cancer.  Tragically, nearly 11,000 individuals will die from the disease.  The unfortunate reality is that stomach cancer patients face one of the lowest survival
rates and have very few treatment options. To give stomach cancer patients a more reasonable chance at long-term survival, we must invest in much-needed stomach cancer research.  We ask that you join us in requesting that stomach cancer remain
eligible for Department of Defense (DoD) Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program (PRCRP) funding.

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Support H.R. 4954 to Improve Servicemembers’ Access to Entrepreneurial, Technical, and Academic Opportunities

Sending Office: Honorable Stephanie N. Murphy Sent By: David.Ogle@mail.house.gov Endorsed by: Student Veterans of America (SVA), Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), and the Millennial Action Project (MAP). Cosponsors (9): Bergman, Sinema, Curbelo, Kilmer, Fitzpatrick, Gallego, Panetta, Rosen, Gonzalez (TX),  Dear Colleague, We respectfully invite you to cosponsor H.R. 4954, the Better Access to Technical […]

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